AB32 Scoping Plan Workshop: An Environmental Justice Perspective

You
are invited to a special workshop hosted by Liberty Hill on the final
draft of the AB 32 Scoping Plan, California’s new global warming
legislation.  This is an important opportunity to hear from EJAC
members (Environmental Justice Advisory Committee, part of the
California Air Resources Board) on the process in bringing
environmental justice policies to the CARB scoping plan. If
you plan on attending, please RSVP by Monday, Nov. 10th (see below for
more information). Please RVSP by Nov. 10th to Chad Finlay
cfinlay@libertyhill.org 310.453.3611 x131

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